Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi exchanged views Thursday evening with his US counterpart John Kerry on the situation on the Korean Peninsula, underscoring China's firm stand on promoting denuclearization and safeguarding peace and stability on the peninsula.
China on Thursday confirmed contact with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Embassy in Beijing after the country's latest nuclear test conducted Wednesday.
Police cadets display their skills during the passing out parade of 6th Batch Balochistan police training in southwest Pakistan's Quetta on Jan 6, 2016.
The Republic of Korea's presidential office said Thursday that the country will resume propaganda broadcasts from Friday noon with loudspeakers in border areas with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
India will soon deploy more border guards at the international border with Pakistan in the northern states of Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the recent terror attacks on a key air base, sources said Thursday.
The first collection of documents on the Tokyo War Crimes Trials (1946-1948) was released on Wednesday by Shanghai Jiao Tong University Publishing House in Beijing, according to a media report.
India's main opposition Congress Party Wednesday made a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his recent surprise visit to Pakistan.
Japan and the United States confirmed early Thursday to closely cooperate to cope with the hydrogen bomb test conducted by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) in the previous day.
The announcement on Wednesday from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea that it had carried out a nuclear test brought to the front lines of global attention a phrase not often heard since the Cold War - "the H-bomb".
Test on Wednesday is met with a burst of jubilation and pride in Pyongyang
Beijing stated its "resolute opposition" after the Democratic People's Republic of Korea announced its first successful hydrogen bomb test.